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Crossing the sea en route to Africa: autumn migration of some Accipitriformes over two Central Mediterranean islands

References Agostini N. 2001. Spring migration in relation to sex and age of Marsh Harriers Circus aeruginosus in a central Mediterranean island. Ardeola 48: 71-73. Agostini N., Coleiro C., Corbi F., Di Lieto G., Pinos F., Panuccio M. 2001. Comparative study on the autumn migration of Marsh Harriers (Circus aeruginosus) at three sites of the Central Mediterranean. Vogelwarte 41: 154-158. Agostini N., Coleiro C., Corbi F., Di Lieto G., Pinos F., Panuccio M. 2002. Water

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Autumn migration of Marsh Harriers (Circus aeruginosus) across the Central Mediterranean in 2002

References Agostini N. 2001. Spring migration in relation to sex and age of Marsh Harriers Circus aeruginosus in a central Mediterranean island. Ardeola 48: 71-73. Agostini N., Logozzo D. 1997. Autumn migration of Accipitriformes through Italy en route to Africa. Avocetta 21: 174-179. Agostini N., Logozzo D. 2000. Migration and wintering distribution of the Marsh Harrier (Circus aeruginosus) in southern Italy. Buteo 11: 19-24. Agostini N., Coleiro C

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Analysis of the Spatial Migration Patterns of Adult Honey Buzzards (Pernis apivorus) During Spring and Autumn in the Central Mediterranean

References Agostini N. 2004. Additional observations of age-dependent migration behaviour in western honey-buzzards Pernis apivorus. J. Avian Biology 35: 469-470. Agostini N., Coleiro C., Corbi F., Di Lieto G., Pinos F., Panuccio M. 2002. Water-crossing tendency of juvenile Honey Buzzards during migration. Avocetta 26: 41-43. Agostini N., Coleiro C., Panuccio M. 2004a. Analysis of the autumn migration of juvenile honey buzzards Pernis apivorus across the central Mediterranean

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Winery regions as the oldest cultural landscapes: remnants, signs, and metamorphoses

describe the evolution of winery landscapes in Europe, while taking into consideration the Mediterranean Basin, Asia Minor, Transcaucasia, and Central Asia. The article is an initial attempt to analyze the expansion of winery landscapes and to identify some of the regularities in their transformations on the basis of the remaining traces and signs that are present in the landscape as well as in the material and non-material culture of local societies in selected areas. Traces refer here to fragments, remnants, scraps of space, but also to the extent of winery

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Timing, age classes and water-crossing behaviour of Black Kites (Milvus migrans) during spring migration across the Central Mediterranean

References Agostini N. 1992. Spring migration of Honey Buzzards (Pernis apivorus) at the Straits of Messina in relation to atmospheric conditions. J. Raptor Res. 26: 93-96. Agostini N. 2002. La migrazione dei rapaci in Italia. In: Brichetti P, Gariboldi A. (Eds). Manuale di Ornitologia. vol. 3. Edagricole-Il Sole 24 Ore, Bologna: pp. 157-182. Agostini N. 2005. Are earlier estimates of Accipitriformes crossing the Channel of Sicily (Central Mediterranean) during spring migration

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The early Miocene flora of Güvem (Central Anatolia, Turkey): a window into early Neogene vegetation and environments in the Eastern Mediterranean

Rinconada mine, eastern Spain) during the early Miocene. Bot. J. Linn. Soc., 172: 153–174. RÖGL F. 1998. Palaeogeographic considerations for Mediterranean and Paratethys seaways (Oligocene to Miocene). Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien, 99 A: 279–310. RÜCKERT-ÜLKÜMEN N. 2003. Fossil ranids from Miocene deposits of Central Anatolia. Istanbul Üniv. Müh. Fak. Yerbilimleri Dergisi, 16(2): 71–74. SACHSE M. 2001. Oleaceous laurophyllous leaf fossils and pollen from the European Tertiary. Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol., 115: 213–234. SAPORTA G. DE. 1865. Etudes sur la

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Miocene paleogeography and biostratigraphy of the Slovenj Gradec Basin: a marine corridor between the Mediterranean and Central Paratethys

Kostanjevica (SE Slovenia). Geologija 45, 2, 531–536, Rögl F. 1998: Palaeogeographic Considerations for Mediterranean and Paratethys Seaways (Oligocene to Miocene). Ann. des Naturhist. Mus. Wien. 99A, 279–310. Rögl F., Spezzaferri S. & Ćorić S. 2002: Micropaleontology and biostratigraphy of the Karpatian-Badenian transition (Early– Middle Miocene boundary) in Austria (Central Paratethys). Cour. Forsch.­Inst. Senckenb . 237, 47–67. Rögl F., Ćorić S., Hohenegger J., Pervesler P., Roetzel R., Scholger R., Spezzaferri S. & Stingl K. 2007: Cyclostratigraphy

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Phytosociology and Ecology of Cressa Cretica L. (Convolvulaceae) on the Eastern Adriatic Coast

europeennes avec references a d’autres territoires holoarctiques. Annali di Botanica (Roma) 56: 5-52. Gehu, J.-M. & Biondi, E. 1994: Vegetation du littoral de la Corse: essai de synthese phytosociologique. Braun-Blanquetia 13: 1-149. Greuter, W., Burdet, H. M., & Long, G. 1986: Med-Checklist, A critical inventory of vascular plants of the circum-Mediterranean countries, 3 Dicotyledones (Convolvulaceae - Labiatae). Geneve & Berlin. Guglielmo, A., Sciandrello, S. & Spampinato, G. 2012: La vegetazione dei pantani

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Precipitation of the Mediterranean Origin in Poland – Its Seasonal and Long-Term Variability

References Bartoszek K., 2006. Niże śródziemnomorskie (Cyclones in the Mediterranean Region). Przegląd Geofizyczny 51(1): 35-43. Conrad V., Pollak L.W., 1950. Methods in climatology. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Degirmendžić J., Kożuchowski K., 2014. Sezonowe wahania liczby niżów śródziemnomorskich w Europie Środkowo- wschodniej (Seasonal variation in the number of Mediterranean cyclones in the Central and Eastern Europe). Przegląd Geofizyczny 59(1-2): 5-18. Degirmendžić J

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Floristic analysis of a high-speed railway embankment in a Mediterranean landscape

Mediterranean environments. Part I: seed dispersal and spontaneous colonization. Restoration Ecology 15, 88-96. BRANDES, D., 1983: Flora und Vegetation der BahnhöfeMitteleuropas. Phytocoenologia 11, 31-115. BRANDES, D.,1992: Spontane Vegetation von ligurischen Küstenorten. Braun-Blanquetia 3, 229-240. BRANDES,D., 1993: Eisenbahnanlagen alsUntersuchungsgegenstand der Geobotanik. Tuexenia 13, 415-444. BRANDES, D., 2008: Bibliographie zur Eisenbahnvegetation. Technische Universität Carolo

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